Profit From On-line Self-Surveys

Written by Stephen Bucaro

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By Stephen Bucaro

Which subject do you think people are most interested in? a) money, b) movie stars c) themselves. If you answered c, give yourself five points and move on to an interesting Web business opportunity: on-line self-surveys.

People love to learn about themselves by taking those little self-surveys found in magazines. Here are some possible survey topics:

- Marital happiness - Romantic relationships - Likely success in business - Likely success in career - Healthy lifestyle

There are many more possible topic areas like creativity, child rearing, and negotiating.

Your Web site provides these surveys andrepparttar 117352 results ofrepparttar 117353 surveys on-line for free. You make money with back-end products. Here are some possible back-end products:

- Self-help books or ebooks - Training materials - Topic related newsletters - More in-depth self analysis - Personal coaching

After taking a survey, many people will learn that they could use a little improvement in that area, resulting inrepparttar 117354 purchase of these back-end products. The interesting thing is thatrepparttar 117355 people who receive positive results will also purchase some of these back-end products. People love to learn that they are good at something and this motivates them to further develop that area.

The nice thing about surveys is - after an individual receives their results, they develop an insatiable curiosity about how their mate or best friend would score onrepparttar 117356 same test. This results in a flow of referrals to your web site.

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